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2022
YEAR IN
REVIEW

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IMPACT AT A GLANCE

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GRASSROOTS ORGANIZATIONS
ENGAGED

182

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ATHLETES, ARTISTS, INFLUENCERS ENGAGED

83

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PETITION SIGNATURES COLLECTED

409K+

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ORIGINAL CONTENT
PRODUCED

800

AWARDS WON

INDIGO DESIGN AWARD 2022

GOLD WINNER

Logos /Tepito Coffee

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SILVER WINNER

Packaging Design /Tepito Coffee

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BRONZE WINNER

Beverages /Tepito Coffee

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2022 HIGHLIGHTS

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Equity for Everyone

CLIENT:  THE MARGARET FUND

Along with the Billie Jean King Leadership Initiative, National Women’s Law Center, Women’s Sports Foundation, and other key youth and community leaders, Revolve Impact created Demand IX, a nationwide campaign to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Title IX and support ongoing efforts to protect, strengthen, and enforce Title IX. The campaign coordinated efforts of individual Title IX Anniversary projects into one aspirational movement that educated the public on the impact and importance of Title IX while providing opportunities for public participation.

SERVICES PROVIDED

Campaign Development
Campaign Strategy

Communications Strategy
Content Production

Video Production
Graphic Design

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On October 29th, we held the #SchoolsNotPrisons: We Are LA music festival to unite people and take back our city. Music is a power-building tool, and our goal was to remind Los Angeles and the rest of the country that the labor of our Black and Brown communities has always fueled progressive change. The concert also promoted civic engagement as L.A. voters decided on critical region wide and national elections, including members of Congress, Mayor, Sheriff, and other important offices. The lineup included Compton-born and raised El Compa Negro, Highland Park’s own, Reverie, Jason Chu, The Tiarras, PAMÉ, headliner IDK, and more.

PARTNERS:  LOS ANGELES COMMUNITY ACTION NETWORK, COMMUNITY COALITION, THE PEOPLE’S PROJECT

SERVICES PROVIDED

Branding
Social Media

Campaign Strategy
Content Production

Communications Strategy
Graphic Design

#WEAREBG

Athletes for Impact, a program of Revolve Impact, played a critical role in #WeAreBG, a global campaign that successfully brought WNBA superstar Brittney Griner home after being wrongfully imprisoned in Russia for nearly 10 months. On December 8, 2022, Brittney finally came home due to the incredible community of supporters who refused to stop fighting for her freedom. Today, #WeAreBG continues as a coalition advocating for other Americans detained overseas. 

SERVICES PROVIDED

Branding
Social Media Marketing

Coalition Building
Content Production

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CLIENT:  ALTAMED

Building on the success of Altamed’s 2021 Latino Vaccination campaign, Ándale! ¿Qué Esperas? partnered with Grupo Chespirito to create a multi-layered media campaign featuring the iconic characters of the beloved Chespirito’s El Chavo Animado to ease the fears of parents and children and encourage families to protect themselves by getting vaccinated.

 

The project included an exclusive El Chavo animated video, a custom El Chavo meme generator, and in-stadium marketing with Liga MX games in California.

 

As a result, we administered 130,413 vaccines and scheduled 28,660 vaccine appointments. We also provided 313,796 community resources and essential support services.

SERVICES PROVIDED

Branding
Social Media

Campaign Strategy
Content Production

Communications Strategy
Graphic Design

#EndTitle42

CLIENT:  COMMUNITIES UNITED FOR STATUS AND PROTECTION (CUSP)

In collaboration with the Haitian Bridge Alliance and Communities United for Status and Protection, a collaborative of national grassroots immigrant organizations, Revolve Impact created End Title 42, a campaign to end the Trump-era immigration policy that prevents refugees and migrants from entering the United States. Introduced under the guise of public health at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Title 42 has prevented over one million asylum seekers from entering the U.S., disproportionately affecting Black migrants and trapping them along the U.S.-México border.

SERVICES PROVIDED

Branding 
Campaign Strategy 

Communications Strategy Content Production

Event Production
Graphic Design

Advertising

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CLIENT:  THE CALIFORNIA ENDOWMENT

In partnership with the U.S. Surgeon General’s Office and The California Endowment, the Youth Wellness Now! Summit was born out of the necessity to address youth mental health as an emergency health crisis. Held in downtown Los Angeles on June 14th & 15th, the Summit created an opportunity for 400 young people to inform and fundamentally transform the structure, conditions, and culture of youth-serving systems. At the Summit, we convened key philanthropic, health, and education partners, community leaders, content creators, and influencers to hear directly from young people about promising and innovative community and youth-driven solutions.

PARTNERS:  OFFICE OF THE U.S. SURGEON GENERAL

SERVICES PROVIDED

Branding
Event Production

Communications Strategy
Content Production

Video Production Photography

Graphic Design
Art Direction